Flagpole Realty 33 Main St, Newtown, CT06470 Flagpole Realty has been serving Newtown and the surrounding towns for more than 15 years. This locally-owned agency is…More easy to spot in its historic building right next to Newtown's famous flagpole on Main Street. It sells and lists residential, commercial and rental properties.
The Involvement Practice 75 Glen Rd, Sandy Hook, CT06482 Based in a historical building on the edge of the Pootatuck River in Sandy Hook, Connecticut, The Involvement Practice…More is a change activation firm specializing in employee involvement. The team of involvers works with organizations of all sizes to help them implement change and make it stick across their culture. Visit The Involvement Practice's website to learn more about the firm.
Newtown Meeting House 31 Main St, Newtown, CT06470 Newtown's historic meeting house, built in 1720 and moved to its present location opposite the flagpole on Main Street…More in 1792, served as a Congregational Church from 1852 until 1988. The classic white-steepled building was purchased by the town and now serves as a meeting place for concerts, meetings, weddings and other events. On Sundays, the Orthodox Presbyterian Church in America offers a worship service. The Newtown Meeting House is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Edmond Town Hall, Town Historian's Office 45 Main St, Newtown, CT06470 Edmond Town Hall, Town Historian's Office houses the town of Newtown's historical artifacts and documents. It also…More provides a space to share this history with organizations, researchers and local students. The Edmond Town Hall is a Colonial Revival-style building near the center of Newtown and is a hub for cultural, athletic and social events. It features a proscenium theater, a banquet hall, a large gymnasium and various meeting rooms available for public use.
The Edmond Town Hall once housed town offices until they were moved to the Municipal Center at the old Fairfield…More Hills Hospital site.</p>
<p>The building, which was dedicated in 1930 and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002, is best known for its movie theatre, which has both evening and matinee <a href="http://www.newtown-ct.gov/Public_Documents/NewtownCT_WebDocs/auditorium">showings</a>. Tickets are $2. There is additionally a banquet hall, gymnasium and meeting rooms.</p>
<p>The building was the gift of town benefactor, Mary Elizabeth Hawley and named for her great grandfather Judge William Edmond. An elected bipartisan board of managers is responsible for its upkeep.</p>
Newtown Savings Bank 39 Main St, Newtown, CT06470 Newtown Savings Bank was established in 1855 and now has more than 10 area branches. Located on Newtown's historic Main…More Street, the main branch is housed in a beautiful Colonial-style building. It is a friendly full-service bank that offers many types of loans, personal and business accounts, as well as safe-deposit boxes and money orders. There are drive-through teller lanes and a 24-hour ATM.
Prudential Connecticut Realty 84 S Main St # A, Newtown, CT06470 Prudential has been selling real estate in Newtown for over 10 years. Located in a recently renovated historic building…More on South Main Street, this office has approximately 20 agents who list and sell commercial and residential properties. The company stays involved in community fundraising efforts, such as the local food pantry and Toys for Tots. The agency also supports The Sunshine Kids, a non-profit organization dedicated to children with cancer, which was adopted by The Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc. as a network-wide charity in the spring of 1991.